The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 11, 1965 · Page 15
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 15

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 11, 1965
Page 15
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—AP Wlrephoto FAN DANCER BOOKED — Sally Rand, 61, longtime fan dancer, was booked by police in Omaha for investigation after patrolman Vem Prescher said her act went beyond the "bounds of propriety." She was released on $300 bond and went back to perform. Racine Health Fund Like so many other things in life, there is an "art" to taking medicine for best results. Racine Health Fund, a United Fund agency, suggests patients approach the medicine cabinet with caution, and observe the following: Make sure you understand the doctor's instructions on how to take a medication. When he says "once every 4 hours" be sure you know whether he wants you to get up at night to take it or if he means only during the day. Follow the instruction on the prescription container. If one pill is good, it does not mean that two pills are twice as good, unless your doctor says so. Store all medicines, includ­ ing aspirin, carefully. Weed out your medicine cabinet often, and keep in it only such things as should be there. Never take a leftover medicine without first consulting your doctor. Many drugs lose their effectiveness with time. When taking medication, be alert and fully awake. Watch what you are doing. Read the label and measure carefully. Talk with your doctor before discontinuing a medicine. Report unusual effects such as drowsiness, rash, upset stomach to your doctor. Repeat medicine only as the doctor orders. Adherence to these precautions will help you reap the great benefits of modern pharmacology. RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Sundoy, July 11. 1965 OAS Plan Displeases Dominican Junta Chief SANTO DOMINGO—(iP)— Gen. Antonio Imbert Barrera indicated dissatisfaction Saturday with the latest plan for solution of the Dominican crisis. The chief of the civilian- military junta said in an interview that he neither accepted nor rejected Hector Garcia Godoy as president of a c 0 m p romise provisional government. Rich Businessman Garcia Godoy, wealthy San­ tiago businessman who was foreign minister under former Pres. Juan Bosch, was advanced for the office by the mediating committee of the Organization of American States (OAS). The rebel regime has accepted Garcia Godoy. Instead, Imbert put a new name into the ring of presidential candidates—Salvador Friends Congratulate Wisconsin Centenarian AVOCA, Wis. —(JP)— Miss Margaret Gallagher observed her 100th birthday Saturday by receiving friends who called to pay their respects. The reception took place at the family home where Miss Gallagher lives with her younger sister, Miss Agnes, who is 91. The home in which the two sisters reside was owned by their parents, who came to the United States from their native Ireland and settled in this Iowa County community. Democratic Unit Snubs Klan Bid in Georgia ATLANTA, Ga. — (JP) — Membership in the Fulton County (Atlanta) Democratic party has been refused the United Klans of America, a party official said. Mrs. Doris Cromartie, executive director, said the party rejected an unsigned application received from the Klan Thursday. "The party's standing policy is not to issue memberships to organizations, but to individual Democrats interested in the Democratic form of government," she said. Sturla, an engineer who formerly was mayor of Santo Domingo. Under an OAS peace formu la, a government headed by Garcia Godoy would serve until elections could be held in six to nine months. Former Pres. Joaquin Balaguer, who served under dictator Rafael Trujillo but has earned widespread respect in the Dominican Republic, is considered the leading presi dential candidate for the next elections. Garcia Godoy is a member of Balaguer's Re- formista Party. Continue Talks The OAS mediating committee, headed by Ellsworth Bunker of the United States, continued talks with the ri val regimes seeking an agreement on the provisional government. Rebel sources said once agreement is reached, they expect the OAS to announce selection of Garcia Godoy as president and Eduardo Read Barreras as vice president. Read Barreras, who served on the ruling council of state in 1962, has Imbert's endorsement. Meanwhile, it was announced that a 30-man communications unit from Paraguay next week would join the 183 Paraguayan troops serving with the inter-American peace force, which is enforcing a cease-fire. The force includes U.S., Brazilian, Honduran, Nicaraguan and Costa Rican ti^oops. Reporters Get 1st Look at LBJ Austin Suite AUSTIN, Texas — (m — President Johnson's ninth floor suite in Austin's Federal Building still smelled of fresh wood when reporters got their first look at it Saturday. The 10-room complex was considerably less elaborate than printed reports had forecast. It was plush in the manner of a large corporation executive office, but so far had few personal touches to distinguish it. The much-discussed fireplace in the conference room couldn't hold a log over four feet long. There weren 't any gold doorknobs, and the wood used lavishly on the ceilings, walls and floor was of the home-grown variety rather than a rare import. The suite covers about one- third of the top floor of the sleek, white $7.5 million Federal Center and Post Office. Last Fall 's Episode Last fall, after reporters were escorted from the construction area, the head of the General Services Administration denied that the Johnson suite had added $2.65 million to the cost of the Federal Center. He estimated the suite and various other additions had increased the center 's cost $503,920. The name of Lyndon B. Johnson doesn't appear on the ninth floor directory. A step away from the elevators to the right are offices for the Secret Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Civil Defense. To the left is the presidential complex. Johnson's private office is covered with teak panels about the shape of a surfboard. The north wall is plate glass covered by two layers of drapes. From his desk, Johnson can look over his shoulder at the pink granite Texas capitol up the hill. Atop the long curved desk were a white pushbutton telephone, an unmarked black telephone, and a remote control switch for three large television sets against the wall. United States and Presi dential flags flanked the desk A bright blue leather chair was behind the desk, looking as if it hadn't been sat in more than once. Describes Some of It Presidential assistant Horace Busby said the outer reception room resembled the White House 's fish room. A wood-paneled floor led into the circular foyer, lighted by a slender drooping chandelier and with a carved wooden eagle in one corner. Doors from the foyer went into the office of Johnson's secretary and into a hall for entrance to the president's office. The suite was nearly devoid of the personal items which brighten Johnson's ranch home and his Washington office. The only decorations, aside from some blue and white vases, were two pewter ducks looking lonesome in a huge wooden bookcase in the president's office. To the left of Johnson's 500- square-foot office, a hall led into offices for two aides, a third one for their secretaries, a fourth for a secretary pool, and final one for a wookroom, or if needed, as a press briefing center. Italian Resort Bans Vehicles for 9 Days MONTECATINI, Italy —(JP) —A nine-day ban on all forms of motor traffic began in this Italian spa resort Saturday to see how people react to quiet, no fumes and complete safety in the streets. The experiment, first of its kind on this scale in this country, was organized by the Italian Automobile Club and the Montecatini Tourist Agency. Montecatini, between Pisa and Florence, has a population of 14,000. About 1,200 vehicles a day will be affected 7 Die in Explosion of Trains in Turkey ISTANBUL, Turkey — i/P) — A predawn explosion killed seven persons and gravely inured four when two freight trains — one carrying crude oil — collided near Malatya 'rovince, press reports said. The impact blew up oil tanks, spreading flames onto the derailed boxcars and causing considerable damage, the reports said, adding that those killed included engineers and workmen on both trains. 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